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Vickers “Wimpey” Review at Screenshotartist.co.uk

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Hot on the heels of the recent Birmingham review comes Screenshotartist.co.uk’s latest, this time covering the First Class Simulations box set of the Vickers Wellington World War II bomber, by Ian Pearson, with screenshots, as usual, by Nick Churchill.

The Wellington, also known as the “Wellie” or “Wimpey” was one of the few aircraft that both started and ended World War II in front line service and this package gives you a collection of aircraft, a scenery and for FSX users, a small collection of missions to complete. To read this, or any other of the site’s reviews, please visit screenshotartist.co.uk. The Halcyon Media publication of the same package is also available from simMarket, here.

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Sunday, July 12, 2009 14:42

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Sunday, July 12, 2009 14:54

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Sunday, July 12, 2009 15:51

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Ian P
Monday, July 13, 2009 18:04

Sorry Tim, but methinks thou protesteth too much. It took me two taps on the aileron trim to cancel out the roll, which was nowhere near at risk of ‘flipping it onto it’s back’. You have a very expensive setup – far more than 99% of FS users have, and thus very high requirements. This package, flawed as it is, was never intended by the author to be a top end product. Although it seems that there is no intention to fix even the most glaring errors, according to comments from the developer, most people I have spoken to who… Read more »

Benoit
Monday, July 13, 2009 16:35

In FSX, the virtual cockpit is not only the ability to move the view in it, but a more immersive experience. Thinking about glass reflexions, G forces applied, and seeing the engines when you are supposed too. Can you imagine to do not see the Catalina’s ones?

When I pay for an addon, I want more than the default planes, which you can see them, and which I find pretty cool actually.

My 2 coins, thx
Ben.